Compliance with US and international maritime and environmental regulations, ("Jones Act”/cabotage, Vessel General Permit, e.g.)
Bringing technologies into the U.S. market
Guidance and support for transactions and raising capital
Adapting technologies to maritime markets and sustainable development or rehabilitation of waterfront infrastructure
A Massachusetts-based manufacturer and distributor of some of the first shipboard water ballast treatment systems to receive approval under IMO Type Approvals, European Union directives and permanent type approval from the U.S. Coast Guard. The client’s systems are currently in use aboard large merchant vessels operating world-wide.
Advising a leading underwater acoustics consultancy on ITAR (International Trafficking in Arms Regulations) and other export controls in relation to providing services to private companies, educational institutions and navies outside the United States.
Advising a marine holographic microscopy firm on penetrating the U.S. maritime market and obtaining Coast Guard approvals for their products.
Advising a Maine-based software company whose augmented-reality technology has been used by the U.S. Marine Corps, U.S. Coast Guard and in commercial navigation.
Representation of an overseas marine electronics manufacturer of proprietary emergency personal locator beacon technology for the U.S. Navy’s submarine fleet in contractual matters with NAVSEA (Naval Sea Systems Command).